Macmillan Cancer Support and Barts Health NHS Trust celebrated 25 years of working in partnership this week with a further £1.5m investment from the charity to help improve care for people living with cancer across North-East London.
Latest news — articles for June 2018
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has announced that surgical care at Whipps Cross Hospital is getting better.
A new clinical trial testing a disease-modifying drug for multiple sclerosis (MS) will be the first in the world to recognise the importance of wheelchair users retaining the use of their hands.
Barts Health NHS Trust has resumed publishing waiting times for routine treatment after fixing long-standing problems with the quality of data in its patient administration information.
Members of Barts Health have been recognised in national awards celebrating the contribution to the NHS by people from black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds.
On 12th June, doctors Vanessa Apea - alongside her mother Beatrice Akyeampong, a retired nurse - and Bijay Sinha were among those chosen from the thousands of nominations recognised for their work improving health inequalities and providing inspirational leadership.
Enjoy free family fun, get some top health tips and explore the history of our local NHS; pop in to the Barts Health Open Day at Barts Health Open Day on Saturday, 7th July 2018.
Patients’ experience in Barts Health hospitals is getting better, according to a survey published today by the regulator of NHS care.
Two of our colleagues have been recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours list.
The most senior nurse in the country has praised the ‘talent, energy, enthusiasm and pride’ of staff at Whipps Cross Hospital.